First, Let me start by saying, I have no problem with the use of embryonic stem cells, or stem cells of any kind, for or towards medical use. With that said... There are those who are against the use of embryonic stem cells for medical reasons. Most notably, those who feel it goes against their religious/moral perspective. That the cells are not what 'god'/nature attended for them to be used, in any way, other than in the making of a baby. I pose the following: If there are those who agree with the notion that the use, of embryonic stem cells, for anything other than what they are/were 'godly'/naturally attended for, is 'ungodly'/anatural, then I ask..... is it 'ungodly'/anatural, the practice of in vitro fertilization? For if either party of a hetero-couple are, in any way, naturally infertile (and for those who believe 'god' make no mistakes), yet partake of the in vitro fertilization means of having a child[ren], is that also an 'ungodly'/anatural act? Thoughts?